Celebrate Two Years With Us!

It’s difficult for us to believe that it’s been two years since we launched Aspiring Mormon Women, but it’s true — and it’s been quite a ride with so much more greatness to come!

We’re celebrating this month with various events. We recently had our 2nd event in the Salt Lake City area with Ruth Todd and are having our first events outside of the Wasatch Front with the first event happening this Friday in the Boston area and the second event happening the following week in the D.C. metro area (psst…grab your tickets ASAP — and invite/bring your friends — for Boston here and DC here).

For our actual anniversary day we are asking that you share with us what you’ve accomplished or aspired to do in the past two years in your educational and/or professional lives either as a comment on this post or via social media (use #aspiringmormonwomen). We love hearing about your accomplishments and the strides you’ve made — and we most definitely love celebrating them with you, too!

We’d also love if you’d invite other aspiring Mormon women to like our Facebook page and invite them to our thriving discussion forum (900 + women!). And if you haven’t already, feel free to follow us on InstagramTwitter, or Pinterest.

Thank you for making this a thriving and invigorating community of aspiring Mormon women. We’re accomplishing great things and doing important work!


Naomi & Dianne

3 Comments on “Celebrate Two Years With Us!

  1. The Boston event is this Friday, June 19 (not Saturday!). We’re really looking forward to it!
    Congratulations on two years of amazing work.

  2. As a 39 yr old SAHM trying to transition back into the work force after 4 kids (youngest starts 1st grade this coming Fall), I am four weeks away from taking my Master’s Comprehensive exam for a Master’s degree is Public Administration and Geographic Information Systems (GIS).

  3. Happy (belated) birthday! I have used AMW as a resource to help me throughout the past two years I have served in Activity Days. I also recognized an opportunity- a nice combo of flexibility in my husband’s schedule, children’s ages, and my own readiness- that allowed to me to take a part-time job in a new field last year.

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